In urban Asian areas, myopia amoung teenagers is topping 90 percent--but foresight may be able to bring those numbers way down.
He abandoned the idea of a static, nonexpanding universe in 1929—but some physicists are beginning to reconsider it
This mostly submerged world should be recognized alongside Africa, Australia and others, argue some researchers
A long-standing code of ethics prohibits diagnosing public figures from afar
Images of an exploding dying star taken just a few hours after its detonation are revealing new details of stellar death
A 43-day storm that began in December 1861 put central and southern California underwater for up to six months, and it could happen again
New studies suggest lonely planets flying through intergalactic space were formed by star-destroying supermassive black holes.